Henry Schein, a global healthcare company, has launched its annual Practice Pink program, aiming to raise funds for nonprofit organizations dedicated to cancer research and prevention. With a successful track record of 17 years, the initiative has already raised over $1.9 million. Practice Pink is an integral part of Henry Schein Cares, the company’s global corporate social responsibility program. By collaborating with NGOs and supplier partners in North America and Europe, Henry Schein is working towards finding a cure for breast cancer and other types of cancers.
Practice Pink offers customers a range of pink products, including healthcare consumables, practice supplies, and apparel. By purchasing these pink products, customers actively contribute to cancer research and prevention efforts. The success of the program is attributed to the dedication and generosity of both Henry Schein’s supplier partners and customers. The company firmly believes in the power of public-private partnerships and is committed to creating a healthier world through initiatives like Practice Pink.
While the primary focus of the Practice Pink program is on supporting U.S.-based organizations such as the American Cancer Society, Cohen Children’s Medical Center of Northwell Health, and Stony Brook Children’s Hospital, it also extends its support to various organizations in Europe. Partnerships with organizations like ALADINA, Cancer Research UK, KiKa, LILT, and Odyssea enable Henry Schein to make a meaningful impact on the fight against cancer globally.
For those interested in learning more about the Practice Pink program and Henry Schein Cares, detailed information can be found on the company’s website at www.henryschein.com/PracticePink. Through initiatives like Practice Pink, Henry Schein continues to demonstrate its unwavering commitment to advancing cancer research and prevention, with the ultimate goal of creating a world where cancer is no longer a threat.